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Lake City’s girls defeat Highland

SR Story | Whitney Meier had 22 points, including three 3-pointers, and five steals to help lead the Lake City Timberwolves past the Highland Rams 53-46 in a nonleague game at Timberline High School on Thursday night. LC (7-1) jumped out to a fast start and led by …

Highlanders’ Sam Stratton fights against Central Valley’s defense during Friday’s GSL play at Shadle Park. (TYLER TJOMSLAND PHOTOS)

Balanced Central Valley boys zip past Shadle Park

SR Story | The Central Valley Bears lost all of their starters from last season’s squad, but that doesn’t mean this year’s version will necessarily have growing pains. That’s because much of the CV lineup has been playing together since their early youth. The experience was evident in …

Game capsules

Riverside 65, Freeman 58
Tyler Axtell scored 27 points and had five rebounds and …
Rogers 74, Lewis and Clark 71
For the second time this week Rogers narrowly defeated a …
Cusick 54, Northport 48
Chad Browneagle collected 14 points and nine rebounds as Cusick …
Republic 71, Inchelium 54
Republic forced 38 turnovers as the Tigers rolled to a …
Wilbur-Creston 85, Reardan 62
Reardan’s Dan Peone nailed seven 3-pointers as part of his …
Colville 61, Chewelah 33
Sam Artzis scored 20 points as Colville rolled to a …
Gonzaga Prep 47, North Central 44
Gonzaga Prep’s Brandon Bieber hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 30 …
Shadle Park 66, Ferris 49
Shadle Park used N’Neil Nelson’s strong shooting to pull away …

Girls basketball View all Girls basketball

Lake City’s girls defeat Highland

SR Story | Whitney Meier had 22 points, including three 3-pointers, and five steals to help lead the Lake City Timberwolves past the Highland Rams 53-46 in a nonleague game at Timberline High School on Thursday night. LC (7-1) jumped out to a fast start and led by …

Girls basketball: Tommi Swannack has 16 as LRS tops Tekoa-Rosalia

SR Story | Tommi Swannack led five players in double figures with 16 points and Lind-Ritzville/Sprague regained control late and beat Tekoa-Rosalia 71-59 in a Northeast 2B South League game Tuesday night in Ritzville. Jenna Bennett had 15 points and Peyton Curtis and Mallory Kessler each added 12 …

Colton girls hold off Australian team to extend streak to 47

SR Story | Colton’s 47-game winning streak now includes a victory over international competition. Zoe Moser led three players in double figures with 21 points and the Wildcats hit 16 3-pointers in a 63-59 win over NPIRE Australia Friday in Colton.

Riley Lupfer’s big second half guides LC past University

SR Story | Riley Lupfer scored all 18 of her points in the second half Friday as the Lewis and Clark Tigers held off visiting University 55-48 in Greater Spokane League play that left both teams 2-1 overall and in league play. LC’s Michaela Kay scored her 14 …

GSL girls basketball: Bullpups’ presence too much for Bears

SR Story | In a matchup between the girls basketball teams picked to finish 1-2 in the Greater Spokane League, it was a classic mismatch. Defending State 4A champ Gonzaga Prep used its experience to suffocate the young Central Valley Bears early, and the visiting Bullpups didn’t let …

Game capsules

Oakesdale 53, Pomeroy 41
In an up-and-down game, Oakesdale had the last push, defeating …
Capital (Boise) 63, Clarkston 47
After a close first half, Capital dominated the third quarter …
Northwest Christian 79, Springdale 32
Four Crusaders entered double figures, including Rachel Bozlee with 16 …
Wellpinit 65, Columbia 15
Wellpinit rode Kyra Antone and some stingy defense to a …
Liberty 56, St. George’s 32
Liberty used an efficient offense to defeat St. George’s 56-32. …
Reardan 47, Wilbur-Creston 42
Maddie Johnson scored 23 points as Reardan held off visiting …
West Valley 62, Timberlake 57
Rachel McGlothlen posted a double-double with 15 points and 12 …
Republic 63, Inchelium 30
Shania Graham scored a game-high 20 points, Lily Beckworth added …

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University’s Tate Orndorff, top, returns to the Tri-State this weekend to defend his title. (File)

Tri-State draws elite field for 43rd edition

SR Story | It’s billed as having more quality than a state tournament. The 43rd annual Tri-State wrestling tournament won’t be any different. It’s chock full of state champions and eventual state champions. In fact, there will be competitors who don’t win at Tri-State who will capture a …

Christilaw: College wrestling fighting to get off mat

SR Story | I did not come by my enthusiasm for the sport of wrestling naturally, and I try very hard not to dwell on my early experiences with the sport. Like most junior high kids, I was introduced to a wrestling mat in a P.E. class. In …

Moses Lake bests Post Falls to win Inland Empire Classic wrestling title

SR Story | There was sense of familiarity about the Inland Empire Classic wrestling tournament hosted by Central Valley on Saturday afternoon. Twenty of last year’s top-four finishers were in the finals of this year’s event and the Moses Lake Chiefs and Post Falls Trojans finished one-two again, …

Clai Quintanilla of the North Central Indians notches the quickest pin of Thursday night, needing 18 seconds to stop Mead’s Cody Takeshita at 120 pounds. (Tyler Tjomsland)

Mead overwhelms North Central in GSL wrestling

SR Story | North Central wrestling coach Luke Leifer knew the season-opening week would be difficult while being down two state placers. But even Leifer and Mead coach Phil McLean were surprised by how the Panthers mauled North Central on Thursday.

Mt. Spokane opens GSL wrestling with win over State 3A champ NC

SR Story | The North Central and Mt. Spokane wrestling teams proved Wednesday night just how tough this Greater Spokane League season is going to be. Mt. Spokane’s Jacob Sander used an escape to defeat Jacob Koczar 2-0 in overtime at 200 pounds, and the Mt. Spokane Wildcats …

North Central returns five of six state placers from last season’s state title team. The Fab Five, from left: Izaec Quintanilla (160 champion), Clai Quintanilla (106 champion), Junior Villaro (182, 7th), Bryson Pierce (170, 2nd) and Bryan Wais (138, 4th). (Jesse Tinsley)

North Central well-stocked to defend State 3A wrestling title

SR Story | An argument could be made that the North Central wrestling team wasn’t the best in the 3A classification last year. Not in terms of a top-to-bottom lineup. In the end, though, North Central’s wrestlers – all six qualifiers who placed – were standing at the …

Game capsules

Mt. Spokane 51, Lewis and Clark 21
Jake Howerton’s pin in 1:16 got Mt. Spokane off to …
Ferris, North Central
In a close, back-and-forth dual, it was Ryan Johnson’s pin …
Mead, University
University closed strong to beat visiting Mead Thursday in a …
Chewelah, Medical Lake
Chewelah won a forfeit-filled dual 48-27 Thursday over host Medical …
Gonzaga Prep, Central Valley
Central Valley defeated Gonzaga Prep 51-21 at a home dual. …
Shadle Park, Lewis and Clark
Lewis and Clark narrowly defeated Shadle Park 31-28. The Dual …
Mead, Ferris
Mead defeated Ferris 49-18 in a home dual. The team …
Mt. Spokane, University
University defeated Mt. Spokane 54-21 in a home dual. The …

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Mead considered favorite in GSL gymnastics

SR Story | It remains to be seen if the Mead gymnastics team can contend for a state championship, as it did when it captured the 4A title in 2012. Panthers coach Laurie Chadwick is optimistic, though.

Mt. Spokane opens GSL wrestling with win over State 3A champ NC

SR Story | The North Central and Mt. Spokane wrestling teams proved Wednesday night just how tough this Greater Spokane League season is going to be. Mt. Spokane’s Jacob Sander used an escape to defeat Jacob Koczar 2-0 in overtime at 200 pounds, and the Mt. Spokane Wildcats …

East Valley High School wrestler Trey Meyer, on top, works with teammate Eli Hartshorn during practice at EVHS in February. (FILE PHOTOS)

Winter’s heating up for wrestlers, gymnasts

SR Story | After several weeks of sitting on freezing bleacher benches to watch the finale of the fall high school sports season, it’s time to head indoors for some heated competition. Jamborees begin this weekend for high school basketball, and the start of the high school wrestling …

Schlosser tops in floor ex

SR Story | TACOMA – Jenna Schlosser made the most of her first state gymnastics meet. One day after she placed second in the 4A all-around, the junior from Mead claimed the 4A floor title Saturday in the State Gymnastics Individual Finals at the Tacoma Dome Exhibition Hall.

Mead gymnasts lower state expectations

SR Story | The Mead gymnastics team, which captured a State 4A championship in 2012, heads to state expecting to challenge for a trophy. Another state title? Not yet, says Panthers coach Laurie Chadwick.

Schlosser leads Mead gymnasts to regional crown

SR Story | Jenna Schlosser led Mead to a 4A regional title and a team state berth on Saturday at Mt. Rainier High School in Des Moines, Wash. The Panthers won with 170.025 points and will compete at the Tacoma Dome this weekend. Puyallup placed second, Emerald Ridge …

CBBN replaces GSL as biggest

SR Story | Once upon a time, the Greater Spokane League was the biggest big-school classification conference in eastern Washington. Starting next year, though, the Columbia Basin Big Nine takes over the distinction as the largest same-classification league.

Game capsules

Lewis and Clark/North Central/Rogers/Shadle, Central Valley
Central Valley finished at least both first and second in …
Ferris/Mead/Mt Spokane/University, Mead Gym Center
Jenna Schlosser’s wins in the bars, vault and all-around led …
Central Valley/Mead/North Central/University, Rogers
Jenna Schlosser won the vault, bars and overall scoring as …
Ferris/Lewis and Clark/Mt Spokane, Shadle
At Shadle Park, Mt. Spokane placed first with a score …
3A Regional
Kamiakin took first place in the team scoring at Washington …
4A Regional
Also: Bars 6, Engen, Mea, 9.25 8, Erdem, CV, 8.05 …
3A Championship
Vault: 3, Fraser, MtS, 8.7 At Mead Gymnastics Center, Mt. …
4A districts
Mead captured the league title with a team score of …
Boys basketball »
Lake City’s girls defeat Highland
Rogers boys basketball upsets Central Valley in GSL
Boys basketball: Ryan Quigley leads Lakeside to Northeast A League boys basketball victory over Freeman
Balanced Central Valley boys zip past Shadle Park
Boys basketball: Johnathan Lyon’s five 3-pointers helps Newport dispatch Colville
Girls basketball »
Lake City’s girls defeat Highland
Girls basketball: Tommi Swannack has 16 as LRS tops Tekoa-Rosalia
Gonzaga Prep overcomes slow start to defeat Mead 61-37
Colton girls hold off Australian team to extend streak to 47
Riley Lupfer’s big second half guides LC past University
Wrestling »
University rallies to defeat Mead in GSL wrestling
Tri-State draws elite field for 43rd edition
Christilaw: College wrestling fighting to get off mat
Valley schools loaded with champions
Moses Lake bests Post Falls to win Inland Empire Classic wrestling title
Gymnastics »
Mead considered favorite in GSL gymnastics
Roundup: Big second quarter lifts Lakeland past Pullman in boys basketball
Mt. Spokane opens GSL wrestling with win over State 3A champ NC
Winter’s heating up for wrestlers, gymnasts
Schlosser tops in floor ex
Football »
Tri-State draws elite field for 43rd edition
State football: Eastside Catholic topples Bellevue
North Idaho all-league teams
All-league Washington
Broncos’ winning streak finished
Baseball »
West Valley names baseball field in honor of Jack Spring
Mt. Spokane gets blanked, elminated by Yakima
Northstars win 4th of July Wood Bat Classic
State 3A baseball: Mt. Spokane claws way to third place
Straughan pitches, hits Colton to title
Volleyball »
North Idaho all-league teams
All-league Washington
2A, 1A, 2B, 1B State volleyball: Colfax romps to 13th title
Bears claim first trophy for volleyball
NEA duo falls into consolation bracket
Fastpitch softball »
Senior Hannah Wesselman powers U-Hi to state
Softball: University, Shadle Park make state; 4A teams stay home
Softball: Shadle Park holds off Southridge in 3A regional
Softball notes: Jordyn Soliday finds her place with Cardinals
Softball: Lakeside edges Riverside for District 7 1A title
Girls soccer »
North Idaho all-league teams
All-league Washington
Soccer: Too much of good thing?
CV’s girls’ soccer success twice as nice this year
Kelsey Turnbow scores four as Central Valley repeats as State 4A soccer champs
Spring boys soccer »
Shootout win sends Ferris to semis
Young CV Bears, led by three seniors, suffer tough loss at state
Blackhawks survive Greyhounds, claim District 7 2A soccer title
CV tops Ferris in boys soccer to claim District 4A title
Boys soccer teams work toward season
Track and field »
Kopcynski, Allred pick up state victories
State 1A/2B/1B boys track: Medical Lake surges in 3,200 to capture 1A title
State 1A/2B/1B girls track: Colfax girls roll to 2B title
No records, but more gold for pair at small-schools track
Colfax’s Cai wins girls State 2B pole vault
Cross country »
Boys basketball: Antoinne Holmes’ 3-pointer gives Cusick upset win over Curlew
North Idaho all-league teams
All-league Washington
Mt. Spokane runner John Dressel selects Colorado
EV cross country has one-three punch
Boys tennis »
Kyle Fager, Courtney Provan win District 8 4A tennis singles titles
Inland Empire tennis tourney here
Tennis: LC’s Luke Brittan looks for perfect spot on court
Girls tennis »
Kyle Fager, Courtney Provan win District 8 4A tennis singles titles
Inland Empire tennis tourney here
Tennis notes: Ferris picks up star player out of the blue
Tennis: LC’s Luke Brittan looks for perfect spot on court
Boys golf »
Lakeland’s Derek Bayley makes U.S. Open bid
Lakeland’s Bayley drives toward good finish
Girls golf »
Lakeland’s Derek Bayley makes U.S. Open bid